Yes and no...exactly the same unit, but we have to make it lighter (so 200lbs more carrying capacity). To get better "fuel economy ratings" instead of changing the engines they just test the engine with a lower "curb weight". In the end, you the customer are going to load the unit all the way to 9350, but we get caught in passenger vehicle emissions standards, so....
In 2015 let's say you needed 17mpg. SO they tested that unit with a curb weight of 8400 lbs.
In 2016 they need to cut their emissions by 1%. So they run the same test, but only let you load it to 8200 lbs. They satisfy the EPA standard, we have to jump through hoops to cut 200lbs of weight (not always a bad thing). And in the end, you're still driving down the road spewing emissions at 9350. In 2015 and 2016. You just get to take another person this time.
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